On January 19th, hundreds gathered for the inaugural meeting of the University of Toronto General Assembly. The General Assembly embodies our commitment to transforming this University into one that is organized and operated by those who make it what it is.
- Eager for new ways to motivate and empower people?
- Excited about developing the abilities of colleagues, volunteers or clients?
- Passionate about helping people transform their dreams into action?
- Curious about how coaching can awaken potential in yourself and others?
1) Three levels of listening
2) The art of asking powerful questions
3) Identifying the powerful motivations that underlie feelings
4) Ways to move from being stuck to readiness to act
5) Expanding the view of what is possible and translating desire into action.
You will complete the workshop with the confidence and ability to use these
basic coaching skills in work, personal and community relationships.
A discussion series for and from the movements. Non-sectarian, anti-imperialist, accessible, original, creative, openly discussed and debated.
Meeting since 2009, we have had sessions on:
• Palestinian Resistance as Indigenous Resistance
• Clara Zetkin and the Twenty-first Century Working Class
• Queer Anti-Capitalism
• José Carlos Mariátegui: Contributions towards Hybrid Marxism
• Reflections on Party, Movement and Class: The Case of the BDS Movement
• Reflections on Race and Class
• Cultural Production